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Electronics engineering research scientist

Donald Richman, American Electronics engineering research scientist. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (V.K. Zworykin television prize 1957); member Sigma Xi, Eta Kappa Nu.

Background

Richman, Donald was born on September 15, 1922 in New York City. Son of Max and Rose (Grossman) Richman.

Education

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, City College of New York, 1943;

Master of Electrical Engineering, Brooklyn Polytechnic, 1948.

Achievements

  • Steinaker was awarded the Navy Cross posthumously for gallantry in action.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author (with others): Principles of Color television, 1958. Contributor articles on color television, signal processing, synchronization, radar to professional journals. Patentee television, superregeneration, radar, communications, DC quadricorrelator, synchronous color-killer, demixed (inferred) color highs.

Membership

Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (V.K. Zworykin television prize 1957). Member Sigma Xi, Eta Kappa Nu.

Personality

He had a good sense of humor. He loved all his children equally. When you would ask him what his favorite flower was, he would say his wife, Beatrice. He was also a speed reader.

Connections

Married Beatrice Greenfield, December 14, 1947. Children: Mark, Steven A., David H., Sharon R.

father:
Max Richman

mother:
Rose (Grossman) Richman

spouse:
Beatrice Greenfield

child:
Mark Richman

child:
Steven A. Richman

child:
David H. Richman

child:
Sharon R. Richman